‘Amritadi Churna’ ispermanent cure forchronic arthritis: BHU

  • | Monday | 25th September, 2023

Varanasi: A research conducted on patients of rheumatism at the department of Physiotherapy of faculty of Ayurveda, BHU found that Ayurvedic medicine Amritadi Churna is effective for treatment of this disease. The research was conducted by Dr Khushboo Aggarwal under the guidance of Prof Rajendra Prasad and Prof Jyoti Shankar Tripathi of the department.TOI doesnt recommend taking any medicine without medical supervision.Prof Prasad said rheumatism, which is colloquially called arthritis, has symptoms like unbearable pain, swelling, fever etc. in many joints of the body. If timely treatment is not done, fingers and other organs become permanently crooked . Many times, the patients become depressed due to the inferiority complex. Allopathic medicines are beneficial in this ailment, but permanent solutions are often not available. Also, if taken for a long time, these medicines can cause harm to liver, kidney, and intestine, he said.Prof Prasad said the main components of Amritadi Churna include Giloy, Gokshura, Sonth, Gorakhmundi and Varun. According to him, the research was done on 60 rheumatism patients, divided into three groups of 20 each. The patients of the first group were given only Amritadi powder and the second group given Sattavajaya therapy along with Amritadi powder which is very beneficial for mental depression. The patients of the third group were given an allopathic medicine. All patients were given therapy for three months. He said it was concluded that the patients in the first group got the most benefits in curing the disease. Amritadi Churna is very beneficial for those suffering from chronic arthritis for permanent cure or to control its symptoms without any side effects, he said, adding that the research work is being published in journal Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine.We also published the following articles recentlyBHU prof thrashed by suspended studentsFormer Vice-Chancellor of RML Awadh University, GCR Jaiswal, was allegedly attacked by masked miscreants on Sunday. They looted his gold chain and Rudraksh rosary. An FIR has been lodged against the accused, and CCTV footage is being used to identify and apprehend them. Jaiswal was initially taken to the trauma center but was discharged after receiving first aid. The attack is believed to be related to disciplinary action taken against the accused individuals.8 vector cases in Bhopal, chronic pain common symptom among patientsThe incidence of chikungunya infection, which causes chronic pain, is increasing in Bhopal. Eight patients in the city have been diagnosed with both chikungunya and dengue, with 25 chikungunya cases reported this month. The district malaria officer attributes the spread of these vector-borne diseases to erratic weather conditions. Similar efforts to control vector-borne diseases are being made in Kanpur, Ranchi, Chennai, and Mumbai. Bihar has recorded a significant increase in dengue cases this year, with the highest number in Patna. The health department is taking measures to control the spread of these diseases.First batch to marry medicine & engineering passes out of VNITFive students from the first batch of engineering applied to medical sciences at VNIT Nagpur were awarded MTech degrees during the institutions 21st convocation ceremony. The interdisciplinary course, which combines engineering and medical subjects, is offered exclusively at VNIT and covers areas such as tissue engineering and cancer. Students conducted research projects on topics including knee arthroplasty surgery and bone implants. The course is seen as important for integrating medicine and engineering in India.

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